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In exchange for covering the cost of the dorms, the developer, Newport Beach-based Baldwin & Sons, could check off a big chunk of its affordable housing requirements related to a housing project the firm is building at Otay Ranch in Chula Vista.
Other agencies like the county Board of Supervisors and the school district rotate the chairmanship annually. But Sherman’s idea will likely not advance past his GOP colleagues. It’s just the latest in his argument that things have reached a partisan low point after a series of setbacks for the Republicans.